Black Rhinos coach Stanford ‘Stix’ Mutizwa heaved a huge sigh of relief after getting his first point in 720 minutes of attempting drawing 1-1 against Triangle.
With the match looking like it was destined for another afternoon of agony for Mutizwa, striker Lot Chiwunga powered home a diving header in the dying stages of the match for Rhinos to get thirst first point in the second half of the season.
” At least now I can sleep, I was sleeping with one open and now I can sleep with both eyes closed. I am relieved now. I am happy that the confidence in my boys is back and we are now looking up to the next game,” said Mutizwa.
” We changed the formation , we have been using one striker but today we played with two strikers and when we were searching for the equaliser we had four attackers,”.
Black Rhinos had gone on a miserable seven match winless streak.
The barren spell saw Mutizwa ‘a assistants Maronga Nyangela and Gift Makoni being sidelined over allegations of sabotage.
Former Rhinos coach Droment Chirova was then ropped in to assist Mutizwa and was on the bench against Triangle.
The army side’s last win was in the 3-0 triumph over Tsholotsho in July.